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Tree Tracker - Money App

An app that allows displaced persons to create and sell environmentally backed digital token created by the act of growing a tree.

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What problem does the idea help to solve and how does your solution work? (2,000 characters maximum)

Mary is forced to relocate to a place she has never been before. Carrying all she has on her back, she arrives hungry and entirely dependent on people she doesn’t know for her basic needs: food, water, and wood to cook and build a shelter. Trees are her primary resource and harvesting wood is one of her few options for an income. It’s not sustainable. Within a short space of time, the refugee settlement becomes devoid of trees. Resentment by the locals builds as they see their natural resources disappearing and their land degraded. As the newcomers become increasingly desperate, relations break down and cycles of violence become common. Without work, Mary struggles to maintain a sense of purpose or dignity, she cannot get rooted in the new life that has been forced upon her and she cannot gain financial independence. She is one of the millions of refugees in camps or transitioning to a new life somewhere far from home where extreme poverty, unemployment, environmental degradation, and a disconnect from their communities are the reality. Economic opportunities are extremely limited. Without work, people cannot develop a sense of purpose or dignity, get rooted in their new lives, or gain financial independence. Meanwhile, in another part of the world, people are pouring money and resources into reforestation; green marketing is growing as trees are being touted as a major part of our solution to climate change. But tree planting often lacks transparency and follow up. Large organizations are paying to have trees planted but lack transparency, funding, and systems to measure the actual long and short term effects. GreenStand is creating a cloud and mobile-based open software suite that allows tree planters in environmentally critical places to track their efforts and get paid based on the actual results and long term impact of their work, and corporate and individual donors to monitor and display their trees. This is Mary's solution.

Geography of focus (500 characters)

We are targeting areas experiencing extreme poverty, environmental degradation, and community disconnect. Starting with Africa, we are focusing on populations in the global south. Our pilot is working closely with villages and organization in the Northern Tanzanian Rift Valley, Nigeria, and Old Fangak in South Sudan. This is a scalable project and will create widespread employment for refugees, and IDP. Find more on our target users here https://greenstand.org/refugee-employment

Building Bridges: What bridge does your idea build between people on the move and neighbors towards a shared future of stability and promise? (500 characters)

Imagine Mary arriving at a village and immediately being able to work. Instead of begging, she can help restore the environment and bring outside money into the local economy. With GreenStand technology, huge numbers of refugees can create a future of economic and environmental prosperity. Environmental and economic sustainability improves the community and improves individual well-being. Adding money allows commerce to exist and expand, which can strengthen community connections.

What human need is your idea solving for? (1,000 characters)

Along with other refugees, Mary has been planting trees for three months. She works hard, and tends to her trees, being paid on a monthly per tree survival basis - it is not much money but she takes pride in knowing that she’s giving her tree's roots, growing them. Some die but she plants new ones and as her forest grows, so does her monthly income. With the money from her efforts, she can start to get ahead. It is no longer a struggle for her basic needs. She is employed. Green jobs bring joy, hope, and dignity to people. Meanwhile, as both the environmental and refugee crises worsen, those of us privileged enough not to bear the brunt of either feel an increasing need to help -- our fellow humans and our planet. This project puts the solution firmly in the hands of displaced people while allowing the rest of us to positively contribute.

What will be different within the community of focus as a result of implementing your idea? (1,000 characters)

The community will experience environmental restoration and economic growth and job opportunities; leading to increased well-being, opportunity, and connections. Understanding the impact of individual action is what we are set up to do. Our data-driven approach lets us and our founders know what our environmental and economic impact is. We track who planted what tree where, how many trees have been planted, what trees have been planted, how long each tree is surviving, how many users there are, how active they are, and how much they are paid. Additionally, we will be able to give feedback to our users on their impact. We do all this in a way that you can see, understand and take part in this positive change and positive impact! 

What is the inspiration behind your idea? (1,000 characters)

We are building this as a global community and each of us has her or his own inspiration. For most, it is climate change or the issue of poverty. Our team has many years of experience working directly with people struggling to survive in these environments and our main drive comes from the prospect of creating part of a solution to both climate change and extreme poverty. We can employ people out of extreme poverty by paying them to work on part of a solution to climate change. The world is ready, funds — in the shape of government, international, and green business initiatives — are already there. All we are doing is creating a tool that allows individuals anywhere in the world to take credit for their efforts. By allowing them to earn an income from the environmental services they provide we lay an opensource framework to employ people by linking them to existing funds.

Describe the dynamics of the community in which the idea is to be implemented. (1,000 characters)

Mary lives in a community where the formal economy is virtually nil. Inflation is rampant. Local people are hardly even using money at all. Food aid is the norm. Drought is the norm. Wood is scarce. Hunger is common. And there is a lot of space for growing carbon-trapping trees. Wood is disappearing. Everyone cooks on wood. Charcoal is one of the only exports. As a once fertile land is deprived of the trees, the ground becomes hard-packed. Wind and rain erosion increase and exacerbate the situation. Starting a forest here is not an easy task! People here have never used technology. Giving someone a smartphone and it might as well be a rock. Digital literacy is extremely low. Yet people here are extremely hard working. They have survived by growing things in some of the harshest environments on the planet - if anyone can keep a tree alive, they can. This is the reality we are facing and a set of challenges we are in an amazing position to solve.

How does your idea leverage and empower community strengths and assets to help create an environment for success? (1,000 characters)

Digital literacy is not a strength and smartphones are not easy to find, but people have time and a willingness to work. If they are provided with the opportunity for green employment, we have a recipe that can change not only the landscapes of refugee camps but scale to change the face of our planet. People know how to grow things. Given the opportunity to earn an income from growing trees opens up an opportunity for people to invest in building new forests. With the ability to incentivize the survival of individual plants, we have the ability to foster biodiversity. Imagine someone like Mary learning where she can plant the most diverse set of local species of trees, building forests on every unused piece of land, while getting paid to feed a rich global data set for tree survival, growth, and eco-benefits. GreenStand is an open global community of collaborates that can make this a reality this year.

What other partners or stakeholders will work alongside you in implementing the idea, if any? (1,000 characters)

Our primary stakeholders are refugees and consumers who are offsetting their carbon. To implement this quickly and to scale in refugee camps and in villages of displaced people we are closely collaborating with the organizations that are already on the ground. For example, we have been working with the Alaska Sudan Medical Project and have been reaching out to many others. Our target on the ground organizational partners are those dealing with extreme poverty, refugees, and depleted landscapes, for example, we have received counsel from many amazing people like Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim from Chad, who is intimately connected to our target refugee users. We are not doing this alone. However, we must secure more funding before we can fully implement the required technology to deploy this on a broader scale and support larger planting initiatives driven by global organizations like the UN, UNEP, WFP; we are currently working on building such relationships

What part of the displacement journey is your solution addressing

  • Being on the move, crossing borders, and/or temporarily settled

Tell us how you'd describe the type of innovation you are proposing

  • Service: A new or enhanced service that creates value for end beneficiaries

Idea Proposal Stage

  • Prototype: We have done some small tests or experiments with prospective users to continue developing the idea.

Group or Organization Name

GreenStand

Tell us more about your group or organization [or lived experience as a displaced person?] (1000 characters)

GreenStand is an open-source, volunteer-driven organization building a market-driven framework that already employs people to reforest destroyed landscapes, and allows donors worldwide to verify their impact. We are developing and deploying a mobile and cloud-based app that low-tech planters use to photograph individual trees they plant and tend. We verify planters’ geotagged work and, through funders, pay them for ecosystem services. Aided by machine learning, researchers analyze data and translate it into actionable feedback. Used with agroforestry and informed by local efforts, this is also a powerful tool against hunger. During our pilot phase in 2018, our partner organizations planted over 45,000 trees in Tanzania and Kenya. We are on a trajectory to track over a million trees in Africa in 2019. To maximize our economic and environmental impact, we are looking forward to launching on Tree Tracker Money App and integrating our technology and process into refugee camps.

Website URL:

http://www.greenstand.org

Type of submitter

  • We are a registered Non-Profit Organization

Organization Headquarters: Country

Unites States

Organization Headquarters: City / State

Anchorage, AK

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Photo of Paul Tombe
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Hi Ezra,
One thing we have learned from Mary's story is commitment. when everything that is done is out of commitment, always there is success. But more is about beginning from a small then gradually growing, as long as there is a point of focus.

Photo of Sultan Hussein
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Hi David,
Thanks very much for the potential touch on the environment preservation through making sure that tree planting is not the end of the story but we need to make sure they grow healthily in order for them to give us what we want.Your story is so touchy and hope Mary will succeed for a sake of this generation and the next generation.

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Hi Sultan Hussein Thanks for your feedback. The idea of planting trees is nice, but the reality behind what is actually happening on the ground is often much different. There must be a shift in the global story - is not about planting trees (as they often die young) it is about growing them, and even then, each tree is different. Do you want a monocrop of an invasive species of eucalyptus or diverse forest of indigenous trees? We are building a system that can incentivize diversification down to the individual tree level.

Aside from the project's potential for environmental impact, our focus is a social one.

We are building this to employ people out of extreme poverty.

We are creating employment in the most remote and extreme environments on our planet. The story of Mary is very personal for me, success is when a mother Mary is struggling for food or a hospital bill, she can go track her trees and immediately be paid for her services. We are almost there.

Photo of Sultan Hussein
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There is a lot to learn from your story and am overwhelmed.Hope you make a progress with your idea and Mary could have a better and more independent life and ability to survive with all life challenges that comes before her.Wish You luck.

Photo of Maurizio Bricola
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Hi David Ezra Jay great initiative.
Seeing the unique challenges elaborated here https://github.com/Greenstand/treetracker-android/wiki/User-Story what type of actions have been taken to mitigate / solve them?
How is the local community and local authority involved in this system?

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Hi Maurizio Bricola 
Local communities and local authorities have been heavily involved in the creation and iterations of this project. We understand that meeting the needs of those we serve is crucial to our success and it is because of this local engagement and support that the project is viable and has such potential to scale.

I'm glad you found one of our user story docs. If you are more specific to one or more of the issues in that document, I can point you to the documentation/pull requests that have helped solve it. We have more than 200 issues that have already been solved and closed, almost all of them are unique to these users stories.

Photo of Francisco Santarém
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Hey David!

Really enjoyed reading about your idea. Green employment is without question, a great way to enhance local economies and markets, specially in areas that are rich in nutrients and weather conditions, but undervalued by the local community.
I believe the technological gap might be the main obstacle you'll find, but still it can be overcome.

Congrats!!

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Hi @Francisco, This project is not short of challenges and you have identified one. We are employing indigenous people, who often don't speak the native language and have never used phones before. Not to mention they often live far from reception, and often survive off the monetary system - yet we are figuring out how to employ them.

Creating a direct financial link to women users in male dominate societies is our biggest challenge. Digital literacy is a close second along with many of the other technical challenges that come with the project. With the tree tracker money app we will be able to overcome these challenges and scale this system.

If this interests you, you are welcome to join the project and help our amazing team solve these challenges.

Photo of John Yongo
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This is a great move, it will restore impact of sustainability in long term basis.

Photo of Bremley Lyngdoh
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Hi David Ezra Jay thank you for sharing your idea on for this challenge. I think the potential to scale up the application of your technology is tremendous especially helping communities on the move in Africa. The World Bank reports that 60 million climate refugees will enter Europe in the next 10 to 15 years as their ecosystems are collapsing across Sub Saharan Africa from the impact of climate change hence there is a need for rapidly restoring landscapes now and deploying millions of people on the ground to plant tree and be rewarded with payments for ecosystem services. Have you seen this platform made in Germany that many projects are using now https://explorer.land/x/project/thor_heyerdahl_clima/ and https://openforests.com/project-all/ perhaps you can look at the work of http://www.goodbanc.io/ and build a partnership to tokenise your trees on the ground in Africa.

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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@Bremley Lyngdoh Exciting to meet again! I've been following your work. We are creating a mechanism to employ millions of the poorest people on earth to work on one of our planet's most pressing challenges - environmental degradation and climate change. The job we can create is more than planting trees. This is a mechanism and protocol that can alleviate extreme poverty and grow forests in the most depleted environments on our planet. The act of growing trees is environmentally sound; the Tree Tracker Money app turns this action into employment that grows local wealth and builds relationships between refugees and the communities around them.

In regards to Open Forests, we are in contact with them and have been following their work as well. The main difference in our approach is that we are focusing on people first. We can incentivize the survival of individual trees and so have local people invested in rebuilding depleted landscapes. We are setting out to employ refugees and offer hope to those who live in extreme poverty. Success is when that woman whos children are hungry now, can go plant or tend to a tree and then immediately satisfy the hunger of her children.

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I am happy to see your progress David Ezra Jay on this platform so keep up the good work. To follow up on Mojisola Adewumi perhaps you can collaborate as a partner from all the way in Alaska to scale your reach and impact with Rishab Khanna  from www.se.iofc.org and Tom Duncan  from www.goodbanc.io who are building a Migration Lab Program with Edwyn Odeny Odhiambo in Kenya and Bayubasire Joel Djanda in Uganda which will become a finance platform for refugee playing the role of social entrepreneurs in the Horn of Africa and East Africa https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/2019-bridgebuilder-challenge/ideas/enabling-payments-for-ecosystem-services-via-goodwallet-for-idps-to-restore-land-in-kenya

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Hello Bremley,
Many thanks for sharing this important informations. Sincerely David Ezra Jay is doing a great job through setting up a platform that tackles poverty and climate change challenges facing developing nations .
I quite agreed with you that through collaboration and partnership with other relevant organizations will be helpful to address the world that left no marginalised people behind as path way to a valuable inclusive suistainability.

Photo of Tom Duncan
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Hi David Ezra Jay feel free to reach our to us if you are working with IDPs or refugees who have become social entrepreneurs to support the urgent needs of their communities on the move. We could develop a partnership to support them and fund their projects via the Goodwallet of www.Goodbanc.io I wish your team all the very best!

Photo of Beau Milliken
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Hey Tom! This sounded really interesting to our team at Kijani Forestry (wwww.kijaniforestry.com). We're working on starting nurseries and training hubs with refugee/IDP communities and would love to expand this program in partnership with GreenStand and see if we could work alongside of you all! We're a social venture with some great paths to profitability and would love to hear more about Goodbanc's model! My email is beau@kijaniforestry.com if you're interested in hearing more!

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Tom Duncan We would love to partner with you.

We are working with IDPs and working toward integrating into larger refugee camps. Our model requires local entrepreneurs to buy and manage smartphones which is a major barrier to entry for many. Most of these phones are around $40. Is this the type of transaction you are excited about making happen?

PS: I see you are with the legendary Allan Laubsch, renown for his Polar Bear pitch last year!

Photo of Chloe Parker
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What an inspiring idea @David Ezra Jay! Tree planting is definitely a growing market so great to have something that tracks that the tree is actually growing! We work with Maasai women to plant trees so excited that this tool is on the market and looking forward to seeing how it develops over time!

Photo of Beau Milliken
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Love what you guys are doing! As a founder of an organization that plants trees for ourselves and clients, it's really helpful to have a way to track them! Survival is key but it's been really hard to find a way to make this happen and to tell clients that it's actually happening. We're looking to expand our model to work with refugees as well so this seems like a great way to prove our effectiveness through shareholder farmer's efforts. Keep up the good work!

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Hello David Ezra Jay ,

Great reading through your ideas and insights in the comment section. Do you have a refugee community that you are already hoping to start with in East Africa? Will the trees be planted close by the refugee camp or far away? If so, what areas have you already identified as the ones to plant the trees in East Africa?

As the challenge's idea phase will be closing soon, it might be helpful to see ways of connecting directly with the target community and understanding their needs deeper and how your solution will fit into their daily lives. You can always refer to the Community Research Toolkit: https://uploads-ssl.webflow.com/5a147545b687370001bfd10c/5d1669526ad3cb33291bf633_User-Experience-Interview.pdf and the Prototyping toolkit: https://uploads-ssl.webflow.com/5a147545b687370001bfd10c/5d1669546ad3cba5e81bf634_Prototyping%20Toolkit_BB2019.pdf for more guidance. Also, be sure to update your idea with the new insights!

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Isaac Jumba  Thanks for your insights and links. We have been following the human-centered design process, intimately understand our stakeholders and have been prototyping with our target users. What do you suggest as the best way to show this?

We have been working with several groups in various places. For example, I have spent years working in public health in a community of displaced people that were pushed out of the Ngorongoro park in Tanzania. They are in the rift valley just south of Kenya and one of our pilot projects. From our work with the community there we intimately understand the challenges. The people want trees and money but without the technology, we can not support them which is why we have a need for this next iteration of our system which is the Tree Tracker Money app. We cannot employ people to rebuild this environment without moving past many of the challenges that we have already identified. Here is a link to a tree in this village,
https://treetracker.org/?treeid=13300

Once we find funding to complete the Tree Tracker Money App we will be passed the known challenges (which I am happy to share with you) and ready to scale and deploy this open system to support the planting of millions and millions of trees. Here are some of the following initiatives we have our sights one. https://news.un.org/en/story/2019/03/1033872
https://www.unhcr.org/en-us/news/latest/2009/8/4a8e6ced6/eastern-chad-unhcr-refugees-fight-hold-desert.html
http://www.worldwatch.org/node/5092
https://af.reuters.com/article/idUSKBN1JG323

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Hi David Ezra Jay,

We at NDEF Cameroon have read with great interest about your project idea. Hope you are forging ahead with success! As regards tree planting, what tree species are you encouraging? Are they trees to meet specific needs or just trees to cover the terrain? We believe that when a farmer plants a tree from which they expect to derive some direct benefits, they would protect the tree jealously. Such trees could be for fruits, medicines and spices.

What about using tree propagation techniques such a grafting to produce tree seedlings that give results faster after planting? In fact grafting reduces the fruiting period to less than half! In this way, adults would be interested to plant trees hoping to get results in two to three years after planting. While they get direct benefits from the trees in terms of fruits, medicines, spices or so, they are again paid for rendering a service to the environment. At NDEF, we train farmers to plant trees, how can we come on board with your programme? Kind regards. Nkeng Pius (Executive Director)

Photo of David Ezra Jay
Team

Hello Nkeng, Thank you. I agree that we should plant trees that users benefit from. We have been hearing this from many users. One wonderful aspect of this approach is that people can now earn an income from planting and growing trees they don't even own. Imagine a refugee showing up in your community and being paid to plant fruit trees for people already there! Instead of begging they would be asking to give you a valuable tree. All you would have to do is direct them to where you want your tree. In regards to tree species, we are not controlling tree species, our users plant what they need and want. However, not all trees have the same level of ecosystem services and environmental value and with the Tree Tracker Money app we will be able to incentivize different tree species. For example, we have some women's groups that are planting amazing trees like Baobabs that can live for thousands of years, and others planting a mono-crop of fast-growing trees for charcoal. The core behind our idea is that people can earn a living by growing and tending to trees. As far as grafting and other propagation methods, since you are already doing this, we would love to bring you on board with us and help you understand your impact. And we would love your help as we go through the human-centered design process. We love and need feedback! There is an increasing number of organizations using our open tree tracker app. All you have to do to start is to download the app and track your trees. Then we can provide you with a cool map like this one: https://treetracker.org/?token=Greenway Here is the link to our app https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.greenstand.android.TreeTracker&hl=en_US

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

Hi Ezra,

Would you please check your whatzapp to further our discussion.
Thank you

Photo of David Ezra Jay
Team

Mojisola Adewumi I didn't get your message on WhatsApp. My number is +1-907-342-2624 You can also email me Jay@greenstand.org

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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@Mojisola Adewumi Thank you for the user feedback and providing such insights. It is truly exciting to start working with you and your community network.
Although we have not found funding yet to complete our platform, we have enough to start working. We understand and have already overcome many of the challenges of employing people in these environments. And are excited to have your help. Let's start small and stay well connected to your user groups, then we can scale.

To start:
#1 Please look for and hire an individual with an android phone. We will need them for a day or two. Have the owner of the phone test our current app by using it to tag a tree and send us data. If they can not get it going, find someone else or a different phone. This person will also be responsible for teaching women how to use the app on the phone.
#2 Next, we find five of the women we intend to employ and have them take the phone and track the trees that your group has already planted.
#3 We will then connect these trees to funds that can pay them to continue planting more trees.

There are some challenges that we have identified and need to work past.

#1 Understanding how to pay them is one of the larger challenges here that we need to work out. The Tree Tracker Money app system will allow the owner of the phone to buy the data directly from the tree planter. We have had some success in East Arica with mobile money but this is the challenge we have not been able to get past in the South Sudan refugee camp.

#2 Understanding a pay structure. Although the current system can pay people a lot of money once they have grown a number of trees, getting started is a challenge, especially because so many trees die in the first few months. We are currently able to pay 0.03 USD a month per tree survival, which is a barrier to entry. We will have to work through this and make it work for you your women.. after all, they are the ones we are creating this for.

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
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Dear Ezra,
Many thanks for your continous effort , making marginalised women a better version of themselves.
We continue working together in building bridges ,creating the world will need together .

Photo of Andrew Kerr
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This is is an incredible project and has the potential to challenge the fundamentals of one of the biggest issues looming in upcoming decades - that of climate refugees.

I think another impact under "What will be different within the community of focus as a result of implementing your idea? (1,000 characters) " would be building self-worth. A refugee has had everything taken away and has been thrown out of their own house. In the face of such hardship and rejection - the act of starting to rebuild, of being important and making any kind of difference has an enormous impact of rebuilding the person as well as the community.

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Thanks Andrew, I will add this.

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
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Hi Ezra,
You can now check your whatzapp.
Thank you

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

Hello David, your idea is worth sharing and quite inspiring, particularly your strategy to reintegrate Mary .

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Hi Mojisola, thank you. You have a solid approach as well. We need a few people and organizations on the ground to help us push it out. We are building it with an opensource community and invite you to join in whatever capacity you desire. You can be a valuable player as you are working directly with individuals there.
Where this platform can be extremely powerful is enabling woman's groups to earn money planting trees and trapping carbon. It can also help answer land tenure questions as it shows who has been working the land. I would love to connect and see if we can tap into your network.

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

Hi Ezra,
Thanks for your prompt reply.
This piece caught my attention 'Where this platform can be extremely powerful is enabling woman's groups to earn money planting trees and trapping carbon".
I will like to know how it works here .
I would love to be part of this great movement with your network too,, l believe your kind of strategy will work well in Africa and help to support land use and control.
Pls let get in touch and connect

Photo of David Ezra Jay
Team

Mojisola Adewumi You are on the ground and we would love your help implementing this. In East Africa, we have been able to employ women's groups to grow trees by prototyping a system is based on the concept of a village phone, as our target users do not own phones or understand how to use them. If you are connected to women's groups, we need three things to get started. #1 People who are able to grow trees. #2 Someone in the community who can manage a smartphone. #3 A financial link to planters. Until we find funding for the development of the Tree Tracker - money app, we can only pay people via mobile money which is a challenge for many of our target users who don't own phones. I have a lot of questions, but I believe we may already have enough to start employing the women you speak of. Let's connect via WhatsApp 907-342-2624. Or you can join our team by following this link https://www.greenstand.org/get-involved/volunteers/

With enough ground support, we can start employing people now

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

Dear Ezra,
I will connect with you asap via Whatsapp.

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

I have connect with you on whatzapp
We are good to go
Thanks

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
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I see your intiatives provides solution to one out of many challenges facing Africa, aims massively scale up the restoration of degraded and destroyed ecosystems as a proven measure to fight the climate crisis and enhance food security and water supply .

Photo of David Ezra Jay
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Hi Mojisola, It is a market-driven way to employ some of the poorest people out of poverty. Trees trap carbon, cool the planet and rebuild degraded lands. This is an exciting platform to be working on as it can have a huge impact. I've added you to our team.

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
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Thank you Ezra,
Glad to be part of this great team.

Whatz up next?

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
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What an exicting way to lift people out of poverty ..
All inclusive

Photo of Mojisola Adewumi
Team

What an exicting way to lift people out of poverty ..
All inclusive